May 2019

Tue
28
May

NEWSBRIEF: Enrollment open for youth grief camp

Experiencing the loss of a family member or close friend is difficult for anyone to endure, especially a child. 

Tue
28
May

Art in the Hollow

The 10th annual Art in the Hollow is coming to Swede Hollow Park on Saturday, June 1. Stop by for a day of visual artists, sculptures, and musical performers. Art in the Hollow starts at 10 a.m.

Tue
28
May

NEWSBRIEF: Inver Grove Heights dog park grand opening

The City of Inver Grove Heights Parks and Recreation Department will be opening the city’s first off-leash dog park, located at the city’s new Heritage Village Park, 4321 65th Street, Inver Grove Heights, MN 55077.

Tue
28
May

East Side Bulletin Board May 27th, 2019

Safe summer nights

Tue
28
May

NEWSBRIEF: Foster parents needed

Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota is seeking foster parents for children and youth in need. If you have a special heart for children, consider becoming a foster parent.

Tue
28
May

NEWSBRIEF: Habitat for Humanity mortgage program for first-time homebuyers

Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity recently created a mortgage program, which targets those who want to buy an existing house, but don’t earn enough to qualify for a mortgage from a traditional lender.

Tue
28
May

NEWSBRIEF; Scholarship for high school junior volunteers

Do you know a high school junior who is making a difference in the Greater Twin Cities area through volunteering? Could that student benefit from a $2,500 post-secondary education scholarship?

Tue
28
May

NEWSBRIEF: Submissions open for 2019 Veterans’ Voices Awards

The Minnesota Humanities Center is now accepting submissions for its 2019 Veterans’ Voices Award through July 21.

Tue
28
May

NEWSBRIEF: Boys Totem Town to suspend operations beginning Aug. 1

Ramsey County’s Director of Community Corrections, John Klavins, announced May 21 that Boys Totem Town will suspend operations indefinitely beginning Aug. 1.

Tue
28
May

NEWSBRIEF: Reading and math tutors needed for 2019-2010 school year

East Side schools need nearly 40 literacy and math tutors for the 2019-2020 school year according to Minnesota Reading Corps and Minnesota Math Corps.

Pages

Comment Here